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Brockholes 'no-ego' run will be a test of stamina
1:29pm Tuesday 13th August 2013 in News
TEAMS are set to compete in a gruelling 10k run at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
The first Lancashire ‘No Ego Challenge’ will be hosted by the reserve, in Preston New Road, on Saturday, September 14.
Businessman Brian Lee developed the obstacle challenge which is designed to test competitor’s stamina, strength and agility. Brian said: “The way that it differs from other races is that the challenge is not to win the race, but to simply complete it.
“We encourage people to work as a team, help each other over the obstacles and enjoy the camaraderie of taking part in this new type of adventure race. There are chipped timed for competitors if they wish, but the majority of people will do the race for fun, to raise money for charity or for personal achievement.”
Anyone can run a No Ego Challenge as long as they are fit, healthy, and are over 16-years-old.
The entry fees starts at £25 per person and to find out more information, visit www.noegochallenge.com.
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